February 2, 2015 - Malawi Flood Disaster Update #3

By: David & Joanna Morrison

"You will keep in perfect peace him whose mind is steadfast, because he trusts in you." Isaiah 26:3

This week we have received more rain in the Lower Shire, but there is also an increase in our appetite to surrender our hearts unconditionally to the Lord. Our church services here on the base over the last few weeks have been much more vibrant – the Lord is at work, causing His bride to be strong and able to help the weak. In the camps, as pastors and missionaries go to encourage, people are calling out for prayer, and open to encouragement.

Jauary 23, 2015 - Malawi Flood Disaster Update #2

Malawi Flood Disaster 

by David & Joanna Morrison  


Christ in you, the hope of glory.

Thankfully we’ve had a week of mostly dry weather, providing much better conditions to assist in the relief effort. We are grateful for your prayers and support. Iris staff and missionaries have been working hard to get much needed resources to the victims of the flood, as well as visiting the camps to pray and encourage those who are stranded there.

January 17, 2015 - Malawi Flood Disaster Update #1

January 17, 2015

Malawi Flood Disaster

by David Morrison      

On Sunday nights we gather for worship on the Iris base to welcome in the new week. Our theme this week was Joshua 1:9,Be strong and courageous; do not be frightened or dismayed, for the Lord your God is with you wherever you go.”  Little did we know how important that verse was going to be as we walked through the week. 

April 10, 2014 - Flooding in Northern Mozambique: RESPONSE TO A CRISIS…IN JESUS’ NAME

This past rainy season in Northern Mozambique has been much more severe than normal. The rains began early in December and fell in torrents. They continued unabated through February…and then greatly intensified in March when normally the rain is tapering off. Day after day the rains continued with hurricane force and in unprecedented volume. Valleys became lakes, and houses built in those valleys simply disappeared with all their contents. Simple bamboo, mud and grass village “houses” were unable to withstand the onslaught and slowly—or quickly—disintegrated.